Monthly Archives: August 2014

From the Foundation Up, by Annelise

From the Foundation Up, by Annelise Some people encounter Judaism and leave mainstream Christianity, but hold on to the Christian scriptures. They keep some Christian beliefs out of loyalty to their messiah. When the Orthodox Jewish community rejects them, they … Continue reading

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Peace, Jerusalem, and David

Originally posted on 1000 Verses – a project of Judaism Resources:
Peace, Jerusalem, and David In the book of Deuteronomy God commands Israel to establish righteous judges (Deuteronomy 16:18-20). Immediately thereafter we are enjoined not to plant an idolatrous tree near…

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Noachide Worship by Jim

Noachide Worship by Jim   Con,   Sometimes people look for more to serving God than is necessary. They want special rituals, a formula, something to raise their emotions and make them feel closer to God, whether or not they … Continue reading

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Isaiah 53 – a Verse by Verse Exposition

Isaiah 53 – a Verse by Verse Exposition 52:13 Behold, My servant shall succeed; he will be exalted and become high and exceedingly lofty. The success and exaltation of God’s servant is an event that the prophet sees as futuristic. … Continue reading

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What’s the Difference?

What’s the Difference? An Open Response to Eric This letter is a response to Eric’s comment: https://yourphariseefriend.wordpress.com/2011/11/16/isaiah-53-micah-7-and-isaiah-62/#comment-13485 Eric Thanks for your questions and for the time and effort that you invest in this discussion. It is through discussions such as these … Continue reading

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An Open Response to YSG

YSG has been commenting on the “Christianity Unmasked” page for some time now. This is a response to his most recent comment – 2014/08/02 at 7:07 pm YSG You failed to understand my question about the third coming and you … Continue reading

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Diverting Attention – by Jim

  Some Christians claim that Jesus only ever directed one’s attention to God, that he did not draw attention to himself. One can hardly imagine a greater argument against this than the Gospel of John, which opens “In the beginning was … Continue reading

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